Do you ever try to tell a story in a different language and realize that your audience can’t appreciate the significance of the events, because you don’t have the right words to express your feelings? Get ready to learn some new words that we hope can be a huge help to you in the future!
Did something incredible amazing happen to you this summer? Do you have some important memories from your past that you can’t sufficiently describe in English? This is Scrambled Eggs’ list of the best five adjectives to describe very significant and notable moments in your life:
If you are confident that you have understood these words, then you are ready to try our Scrambled Eggs vocabulary test:
Choose the perfect adjective for each sentence:
- Finding new jobs or new hobbies can often be completely ____________________.
- Improving your fluency in a foreign language might be ____________________ if you’re hoping for a promotion.
- Often when you visit a new city you find something ____________________ that leaves you speechless.
- One of the most ____________________ moments of my youth was receiving an award at school to recognise all my hard work.
- Pretty much everyone had at least one ____________________ holiday with their family when they were young.
Which of our adjectives could you use to describe these situations:
- Arriving at a new office for the first time.
- Becoming a parent.
- Getting fired.
- Visiting a new country.
- Witnessing a crime.
Post your answers in the comments section below, and let us know what you think about these 5 adjectives!